Attendees examine a poster of Mother Angelica.
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James Martin, S.J.
From 1995: Mother Angelica, devout and well-inten­tioned as she may be, has some big problems.
Insurrectionists scale the west wall of the the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Jan. 6, 2021. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)
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Robert David Sullivan
A month before this Independence Day, a group of 100 scholars warned about “the recent deterioration of U.S. democracy.” America has been covering this topic from all angles; here are highlights from our archives.
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Thomas F. O'Meara
In 1990, Thomas F. O'Meara, O.P., addressed the need for Catholic university faculties of adequate number and quality as well as the problem of educating Roman Catholics in schools largely separate from the numerous Catholic areas and traditions.
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Matthew Lamb
The Rev. Matthew Lamb argues that if the education of theologians is the foundation of Catholic education, hiring trends in Catholic universities suggest an ongoing "Protestantization" of religious education at Catholic colleges and universities.
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James Martin, S.J.
In this 1993 piece, James Martin reflects on the realities of refugees he met in Thika, Kenya.
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James Martin, S.J.
From 1996: After two years of work in East Africa, it’s not my own experiences that I remember most vividly—it’s the stories I heard from refugees.